E3 2019 may be about half a year away, but there’s already some big news about gaming’s biggest trade show. For the first time in E3’s history, Sony will not be attending, leaving a big hole in the show’s showing.
The latest patch for Fortnite has brought in a new limited-time mode called ‘Food Fight’. The new mode has two teams fighting each other to destroy their opponents’ mascot while protecting their own.
Late last year, a falsely reported hostage situation lead to the death of 28-year-old Andrew Finch. Yesterday, Tyler R. Barriss, one of the men charged for this crime, plead guilty to 51 charges, including making interstate threats and threatening to kill another person.
Dust off your boots, Get out your riding saddles, and Make sure you have enough ammo! At Blizzcon 2018, Overwatch revealed a new hero and took a dive into McCree’s backstory all at once.
Fallout 76 has gone live a day early for PC players. The game is meant to go live at midnight in whatever timezone you’re in, but players in Europe and North America are reporting that they can play the game now.
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Return to Azeroth and experience the origins of its greatest heroes in Warcraft III: Reforged. Built from the ground up, veterans and new players alike are certain to enjoy this beloved classic.
Objectively, 2016 was a strange year for Pokémon, as the single strangest game in the vast Pokémon library was released: Detective Pikachu. Now, the game is receiving a live-action film adaptation.
Holy Fury, the latest expansion to the long running grand strategy game Crusader Kings II, brings a lot to the table. However, possibly its greatest feature is a hidden easter egg that lets you play with kingdoms of animals.
Jason Rohrer’s highly ambitious multiplayer humanity simulator One Hour One Life has made the transition to Steam. The move should give the game more visibility and allow for a bigger player base to live life an hour at a time.
Square Enix revealed last night that all but one upcoming story DLC for Final Fantasy XV have been cancelled. This news also comes with the announcement that Hajime Tabata, the game’s director, is leaving the company.
With only a week left until it releases, some people are worried about Fallout 76’s jankiness, especially on the PC. Bethesda has spoken up and admitted some of the concerns are valid, and they will require fixing to prevent cheating and hacking.